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“We’re screwed, basically,” Bay Park resident Frank Ferraro said, as he watered the plants outside of his home at the east end of Waterview Street. Ferraro was referring to the expiration of the National Flood Insurance Program on Sept. 30, and the possibility that federal lawmakers will not renew it. more
New York American Water began a project on Sept. 5 to replace 940 feet of an aging eight-inch water main from Scranton Avenue to Surry Commons, which was originally installed in 1930. more
A state mentorship program will begin this school year at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School. As part of the initiative, adult volunteers will be paired with 10th graders at the high school. more
Seven-year-old Kiersten Brull, of Rockville Centre, tended a makeshift stand at the Malibu Shore Club in Lido Beach over the holiday weekend. On her boogie board sat painted seashells with colorful designs, alongside iced tea and cookies. The going rate was printed on a neon-green sign: 50 cents to $2, depending on the shell’s size. Above it, bubble letters spelled out, “Please help the people hurt by Hurricane Harvey.” more
Down the stairs and around a corner in Rockville Centre resident Neil Leinwohl’s basement, a 4-by-6-foot painting hangs prominently on the left-side wall. “That’s called Last Laughs,” he said, eyeing the piece, which depicts oddly shaped creatures — weapons in hand — ready to fight. “It’s basically about the world today,” Leinwohl, 71, added softly. “People facing off against each other.” more
Here is the latest arrest report for the Lynbrook and East Rockaway communities. more
Babies from 10-weeks-old to pre-walkers can take a yoga class with their mothers on Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at the Lynbrook Public Library. more
Come and play Mah Jong with other community members on Sept. 11 at 10 a.m. at the East Rockaway Public Library. more
The villages of Lynbrook and East Rockaway are each hosting 9/11 ceremonies to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. more
The Valley Stream Fire Department collected about 100 boxes full of batteries, blankets, first-aid supplies, toilet paper and canned pet food last Sunday at the Brooklyn Avenue firehouse for the victims of Hurricane Harvey — and with more collections under way at village facilities through Sept. 8, Valley Streamers are making an impact on the relief effort. more
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